Having stayed at the very nice Ft. Abraham Lincoln State Park near Bismarck, we were hopeful that Lewis & Clark would be equally nice. The campground ended up being quite nice with pretty good sites, many with electricity and water. There were also showers available. However, the scenery is not nearly as nice. It is located approximately twenty miles east of Williston along the shores of Lake Sacawea which is really part of the dammed up Missouri River. It may be good for boating or fishing, but the night that we were there it was extremely windy, not really fit for doing anything. Many times through the night I thought that our tent was going to become launched into flight. It is an OK place to stop if passing through the area, but I would not recommend it as a destination.
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